PITTSFIELD — The City Council unanimously accepted Tuesday night a $25,000 gift from a local credit union to help defray costs associated with the construction of a shelter in Durant Park. W. Kent Hudson Jr., senior vice president and chief operations officer for the Greylock Federal Credit Union Board of Directors, notified Mayor Linda Tyer […]
PITTSFIELD — Local political gadfly Craig Gaetani was removed from City Council chambers Tuesday, placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct after refusing to step away from the microphone during the council’s open speak portion of its meeting. Gaetani, a longtime critic of city government and a mayoral candidate in the 2015 election, approached […]
PITTSFIELD – A Pittsfield police officer shot at a suspect Wednesday morning, following a traffic stop turned car chase that ended at Rotary Park on Springside Ave. At 9:09 a.m., Officer David Hallas pulled over a green Mercedes Benz SUV for a traffic violation on Bartlett Avenue, Pittsfield Police Chief Michael Wynn said. The driver […]
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PITTSFIELD — The anticipated Tito’s Mexican Grill, replacing Baba Louie’s at 34 Depot St., has come to fruition. Co-owner Luis Verde had planned to open the restaurant by early December, but the opening was delayed while he waited for the state to approve the liquor license transfer from Baba Louie’s to Tito’s, which occurred Dec. […]